Father Simón Pedro Arnold, OSB founder and president of the Institute for Studies of the Andean Cultures, IDECA (since 2009). In this framework, he is also founder and editorial director of the magazine Pan-Andean Dialogue, and Professor of Andean Religions and Cultures at the Catholic University Santa Maria, Arequipa, Peru.
The parable of the workers in the vineyard in Matthew 20:1-16 provides a means to reflect on the work ahead towards equality. Images from the tarot help us interpret the story…
A prayer of gratitude from the patron saint of animals and the environment…
In my client readings, I try to formulate card spreads that allow the client to actively determine, assign, choose, or win the four Cardinal Virtues as they apply to options or choices that reveal themselves in the spread or draw.
Sister Marilú Rojas, a member of the Missionary Religious of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, is a Doctor in Systematic Theology who teaches at the Jesuit Ibero-Americana University in Mexico City and at the Union of Mexican Religious Women and Men. Her research is related to feminist theology from the perspective of Latin American eco-feminst theology.
And let my dying Be as a return, with gratitude, For this gift of the miracle of life, A return of dust to the dust of the earth, Of waters to the flowing waters, To the trees that have stood by, Strong, in my many doubts, To the winds that blow Beyond our human […]
Dorotheos of Gaza was a 6th-century monk, eventually becoming an abbott of his own monastery. His writing, in the form of instructions for his charges, particularly condemns pride among his monks, deplores ascetic competition among the community, and places humility as the summit of monastic life.
Discovered these lovely words by former fellow brother and mentor, brother John. I don’t think he will mind at all that I share them here… Continue reading→